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  • I completed my physician assistant training at the University of Washington School of Family Medicine, MEDEX program. I have 5+ years working as a hospitalist. I was responsible for admissions, consultations, discharges and daily rounding. Our model supported a collaboration between a physician and a physician assistant, which allowed me to practice at the top of my license, efficiently and effectively. I maintain my national board certification, which emphasizes and requires recertification in primary care and family medicine. Working as a hospitalist has allowed more time to spend with patients and to also teach them about their medications and health conditions. A drawback of working as a hospitalist is the inability to establish long term relationships with patients, since they are hospitalized for a short time and will continue care under their primary doctor as an outpatient. For these reasons, I would like to consider a position in family practice or psychiatry, where I can follow patients long term. I am also in the process of obtaining my buprenorphine certification.

Certifications & Licensure

  • National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA) Certified Physician Assistant

Hospital Affiliations

Education & Training

  • University of Washington
    University of WashingtonPhysician Assistant, 2013
  • Seattle Pacific University
    Seattle Pacific UniversityBachelor of Science, Nursing , Cum Laude, 2001 - 2003

Publications & Presentations

Journal Articles

  • 1. A multicenter, longitudinal, interventional, double blind randomized clinical trial in hematopoietic cell transplant recipients residing in remote areas: Lessons le...  
    Kimball LE, Stevens-Ayers T, Green M. L., Xie H, Flowers M, Jerome K, LeBlanc R, Dahlgren C, Nichols GW, Chemaly R, Papanicolaou G, Boeckh M. (2016)., Contemporary Clinical Trials Communications, 2016